by ARLnow.com Sponsor — October 1, 2015 at 6:00 am 477 0

Bitcoin ATM at Spice on WilsonVirtual ATM LLC has launched the first Bitcoin ATM at the Spice on Wilson restaurant (3033 Wilson Blvd.) in Arlington.

The Bitcoin ATM helps consumers buy Bitcoin using cash. Once the consumer deposits cash, the machine can either print out a paper wallet or scan your existing digital wallet on your cell phone to transfer the Bitcoin.

So what is a Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a new digital currency, similar to money but easier to use. It allows you to send money to anyone, at anytime and anywhere for fractions of a penny. Bitcoin is fast, has little or no fees for the merchant and it’s secure.

Consumers no longer have to worry about their data getting stolen — Bitcoin transactions are private and don’t require you to exchange any personal information like you do with credit cards, and merchants love it because they don’t have to pay credit card fees. Have a family member across the world that needs money? Just send them Bitcoin and they will have it in less than a second.

Merchants who currently accept it are Microsoft, Overstock, Dell computers, Expedia and others. Since the technology is relatively new, most brick and mortar merchants don’t accept it yet.

The goal is to bring Bitcoin to main street, and the Bitcoin ATM is the beginning of introducing people to the virtual world.

“I chose Spice on Wilson because of the location and the amazing food,” said John McKee, founder of Virtual ATM LLC. “Try their fish tacos!”

For more information, email: [email protected]

The preceding post was written and sponsored by Virtual ATM LLC.

by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 30, 2015 at 1:30 pm 387 0

This week’s Arlington Pet of the Week are siblings, Biscuit and Waffles. These cute corgis were selected as part of Crystal City’s Pups and Pilsners event and social media contest. Biscuit and Waffles had a paw-tastic time partying at Pups & Pilsners in Crystal City. They’re pretty different but both love cuddling and begging for food.

Here’s what the dogs’ “corgmom” said about them.

Biscuit and Waffles are two corgis that love to eat, sleep and play. They also love to travel to California to visit their grandma and grandpa, and love car rides to corgi meet ups. Biscuit loves to play tug of war with corgmom and corgdad while, Waffles loves to bark and be the fun police. They also love to destroy carpet and sleep under the bed.

Waffles is a huge love bug and loves to pin people down and give them endless amounts of kisses. Biscuit is more independent but loves to snuggle during nap time. We both perfected the “puppy eyes” to get as much fruit, vegetables, and ice cream as we can (anything but seafood).

Want your pet to be considered for the Arlington Pet of the Week? Email [email protected] with a 2-3 paragraph bio and at least 3-4 horizontally-oriented photos of your pet.

Each week’s winner receives a sample of dog or cat treats from our sponsor, Becky’s Pet Care, along with $100 in Becky’s Bucks. Becky’s Pet Care, the winner of three Angie’s List Super Service Awards and the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters’ 2013 Business of the Year, provides professional dog walking and pet sitting services in Arlington and Northern Virginia.

by Eleanor Greene — September 29, 2015 at 6:00 am 362 0

When you first step into the neighborhood of Madison Homes at Eleven Oaks, you can’t help but feel like it’s a movie set. The houses are beautiful, all in a row, and each with its own unique style — like the families you can imagine living in them.

I was curious first to visit The Beaumont, which is one of the “City Homes” models. Since Eleven Oaks is in Fairfax, a sunny suburb, I was wondering what the take on city living would be. This is a four-bedroom detached home that is modern and full of light. I particularly loved the cozy breakfast nook at the back of the first level. Upstairs, the crown molding and luxury bathroom made a big impression. This model shows off the optional elevator, a great way to get more from a new home

Next was The Collier, a larger city homes model, model with four bedrooms, plus a bedroom and bath in the finished lower level. It has a lovely open-plan ground floor and felt very spacious overall. The formal dining room, family room and deck made this home perfect for entertaining family and friends. Whether you plan to relax in the spacious den or have a family dinner, The Collier seemed like a good place to come home to.

There’s a special going on the Collier model now, so it’s priced starting at $989,900 and includes a complimentary elevator. There’s definitely something to be said for the convenience of an elevator in your home, and they are available in most Eleven Oaks residences.

Finally, I headed over to one of the single-family homes, the Evesham. It wowed right away with the long kitchen, which felt warm with its hardwood floors and curved center island. Upstairs, the master bedroom was dramatic with the best walk in closet ever. I loved the tray ceiling and soaking tub in he attached bathroom — it felt almost like a hotel, but with all the bedrooms and touches like the fireplace, it was clearly meant for a family.

Overall, Madison Homes at Eleven Oaks was a great time. The neighborhood was well-groomed and accessible to Fairfax, and especially convenient to the George Mason campus. The staff was friendly and helpful and I loved the luxurious components to the homes of every size and shape. It was clear that special attention was given to natural light and outdoor spaces, as well as the little details that can make a home so special.

The Eleven Oaks sales center and models are open daily at:

4411 George Mason Blvd
Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 865-4165

The preceding post was sponsored by Madison Homes at Eleven Oaks.

by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 24, 2015 at 6:00 am 0

Tucked in the northeast corner of the country’s #3 most walkable mid-sized locality is Arlington’s Courthouse neighborhood. This urban village close to bustling Washington, D.C., has a lot to offer in terms of living “green” — from transportation to dining to dwelling.

Getting Around

With so much of Arlington County on a Car-Free Diet, by train, bike or foot, green transportation is a breeze in Courthouse.

Take the Orange and Silver lines from the Court House Metro station or jump on an Arlington Transit Bus or the Metrobus. Grab a bike from one of the many convenient Capital Bikeshare stations and ride the bike lanes of Clarendon and Wilson Boulevards. Hop on the mesmerizing Custis Trail at North Veitch Street or cruise the Arlington Boulevard Trail from Courthouse Road.


Between the county’s first MOM’s Organic Market opening later this year and the weekly Arlington Farmers Market, eating green is a cinch in Courthouse.

MOM’s Organic Market offers 100% certified organic produce, locally sourced products, an extensive grocery selection, as well as a free customer recycling center. And when you are in a hurry, you can make a quick stop at Naked Lunch, MOM’s all-organic eatery featuring prepared foods and made-to-order meals.

The year-round Arlington Farmers Market is held every Saturday morning near the County Courthouse, just off of the Custis Trail. For more than 35 years, market vendors have peddled everything from fresh produce to fresh pasta grown and made within 125 miles of the Courthouse neighborhood.


At Courthouse’s new eco-conscious Verde Pointe Apartments, just off of Lee Highway at Uhle Street, living green is simple.

Not only does “Verde” mean “green” in Spanish, but each of the unique studio, convertible, one- and two-bedroom, and one-bedroom plus den units are chock-full of green features. Built to LEED Gold standards, the pet-friendly apartment homes feature ENERGY STAR appliances, high efficiency toilets and individually programmable thermostats. And with additional high-end amenities such as a rooftop pool and large balconies, combined with easy access to Capital Bikeshare and electric car charging stations, the Custis Trail and Mom’s Organic Market, it’s easy being green at Verde Pointe!

The preceding post was written and sponsored by Verde Pointe.

by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 22, 2015 at 6:00 am 0

This Thursday, George Mason University economist (and local food bloggerTyler Cowen will host leading expert in globalization Dani Rodrik for a dialogue as part of the Conversations with Tyler series.

The Mercatus Center’s Conversations with Tyler series has brought world-class thought leaders like Peter Thiel, Jeffrey Sachs, and Luigi Zingales to the Arlington campus of George Mason University to discuss how ideas, cutting-edge research, and applied economics can bring solutions to society’s most pressing problems. More than 100,000 people have viewed the first events in the series.

Harvard University professor Dani Rodrik is one of the leading voices on globalization, economic growth, development, and political economy. His 1997 book Has Globalization Gone Too Far? was called “one of the most important economics books of the decade” in Business Week.

Audience members are invited to ask questions during the Q&A and stick around after the event for a book signing. The first 20 people in the door with George Mason University IDs will receive a complimentary copy of Rodrik’s highly anticipated, forthcoming book Economics Rules: The Rights and Wrongs of the Dismal Science.

Thursday, September 24th, 2015
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Founders Hall Auditorium
George Mason University Arlington Campus
3351 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22201


Follow online using the hashtag #CowenRodrik on Twitter. Stay up to date on future conversations at conversationswithtyler.org.

The previous article was written and sponsored by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 17, 2015 at 12:00 pm 389 0

Earlier this week, Spotluck was featured on NBC4’s evening newscast.

Angie Goff and her crew picked up on the local tech start-up, and showed the app in action at Mussel Bar & Grille.

Excited users, savvy restaurateurs, and Spotluck’s CEO all weighed in on the dining phenomenon sweeping over the DMV.

About Spotluck: If you’ve ever had trouble figuring out where to eat in Arlington, we hear ya. We’re a small (but mighty) D.C. area startup that created an awesome free restaurant discovery app that lets you “spin” for discounts at great local spots every day. Don’t be hangry, download Spotluck for iPhone or Android to discover and save money at a local restaurant today.

The preceding article was sponsored by Spotluck.

by ARLnow.com — September 17, 2015 at 6:00 am 1,590 0

Steve Yoon is the owner of Sushi Rock (1900 Clarendon Boulevard), a sushi restaurant with a rock and roll theme.

The trendy restaurant is two blocks from the Courthouse Metro station and offers customers a fun place to unwind and try some sushi, both old favorites and unique house recipes.

Steve began training to be a sushi chef in 2001 in a Japanese restaurant, Hama Sushi, in Venice Beach California. He opened up his local restaurant in 2012. Now it has six sushi chefs and is known across the area for its great sushi and specialty drinks.

ARLnow sat down with him and asked him the questions you’ve always wanted to ask a sushi expert.

What is the most important ingredient in a piece sushi?

A lot of people think fish is the most important, but the rice is equally important. I’d say they each have 50 percent of the importance in a sushi roll.

We use short grain Japanese rice, or sushi rice, and we use rice seasoning vinegar. So every sushi restaurant and every sushi chef, they use their own seasoning vinegar recipe. The rice vinegar style is totally unique to each sushi restaurant.

What are the differences between Japanese and American sushi?

The Japanese generally know a lot more about fish than American people. So naturally I didn’t have to explain so much about fish to Japanese people than I have to for Americans.

So in America, salmon, yellowtail and tuna are more popular, and Japanese customers tend to be more comfortable eating clam, scallops — more knowledge means a wider variety of fish. But they also love yellowtail and tuna. But here, not everybody but most people prefer tuna, salmon and yellowtail. So the biggest difference is different knowledge means different fish.

Is there any difference in the way sushi is prepared in the States than in Japan?

No, the preparation of fish is exactly the same in both places.

What is the most difficult thing to master as a sushi chef to make the perfect nigiri [nigiri is the style of sushi that is sliced fish with a ball of rice underneath]?

You need a lot of practice. To make the perfect nigiri sushi you have to practice for two years. I was hired by an American company, which is a different training. To make nigiri you need to make the perfect rice, which takes a very long time. Then you have to learn to cut the fish. It takes a long time before you can make a perfect nigiri, which would be a nice shape.

What are some common mistakes people make when they eat sushi?

I see a lot of people in my restaurant, and one common mistake is when they eat nigiri is to dip the rice directly into soy sauce. I recommend dipping the fish part only and not the rice. That’s the most common mistake.


by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 16, 2015 at 8:00 am 2,133 0

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It’s a traditionally solid time of year for a real estate bargain. And, it’s the perfect time to introduce this new column at ARLnow, Just Reduced.

Two of the busiest times for real estate are subsequently coming to a close here in Northern Virginia: Summer and pre-back-to-school. Summer is the time when most families can dedicate the time needed to go house hunting and, similarly, they’re looking to line something up before the kid(s) start loading up the backpack.

While many of the homes that were listed over the summer months have been scooped up, there is still plenty of inventory available here in Arlington County. And, many of these homes have been sitting on the market over the summer months and their owners are looking at reducing their listing prices to get their respective sales moving.

Currently, as of September 14, there are 254 detached homes, 73 townhouses and 362 apartments for sale throughout Arlington County. In August, 23 new listings hit the market within the county.

Within the aforementioned statistics and listings are a number of reduced properties. Each week, I’ll be bringing you a selection of them in an effort to GET MORE out of your investment.

So, here’s our first batch of properties that has been reduced over the last week:

Please note that this is solely a selection of “Just Reduced” properties available in Arlington County. For a complete list of properties within your target budget and specifications, contact Aaron Seekford at 703-836-6116 or MrArlington.com.

by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 15, 2015 at 12:30 pm 0

Alex ChamandyThe following post is written and sponsored by Alexander G. Chamandy of Envescent, LLC, the IT services provider to ARLnow.com.

In April 2015, the SEC issued a Cybersecurity Guidance update for registered investment companies and investment advisers.

The guidelines provided best practices for mitigating information leakage risks and improving data security. Too often many smaller investment houses may not have knowledgeable staff to implement and manage cybersecurity policies.

The cornerstones of cybersecurity 

The best practices are shaped around four key principles: compartmentalization; encryption; restricting remote access; and, controlling the usage of devices that may compromise internal security. The most critical considerations set forth are:

  • Data encryption: Backups, portable computers, data that flows outside of the company;
  • Network and system firewalls: Both hardware and software firewalls for network endpoints and individual systems;
  • Restricting the use of removable storage media (e.g., flash drives);
  • Deploying software that monitors technology systems for unauthorized intrusions;
  • Network segregation to restrict access; and
  • “System hardening” with the purpose of ensuring individual systems are locked down against attack.

Create a plan and follow through with it

To accomplish these essentials, you need to put in place both a policy and budget for active cybersecurity, consistent with the size and technological complexity of the operation. The basic important thought is that every system, network appliance, server, Internet connection, remote office (and its equipment) as well as portable devices, backups and other areas where data is transmitted or stored will need individual attention by a knowledgeable cybersecurity expert.

Investment managers without the needed internal cybersecurity expertise typically seek help of an outside consultant to deal effectively with this critical issue, and minimize potential exposure. An outside opinion most likely will shed light on overlooked but critical areas – such as the firmware version of a vulnerable network appliance, or remote ports that are exposed which don’t need to be open. These types of “invisible” or ignored issues may lead to large-scale breaches and other maladies.

Staying secure pays off in the long run

The primary goal of the SEC’s cybersecurity guidance is to help set forth a common framework for institutional best practices, casting light on commonly overlooked security flaws and spelling-out common sense steps to address them.

More importantly, however, it is a critical change in the landscape of the our regulatory and legal environment. With all of the recent (and ongoing) breaches — and given what is at stake for investment managers if their systems are hacked — it makes sense to shape and adopt a cybersecurity plan. It makes even more sense to put the plan into action before cybersecurity becomes a problem for your operation.

View the SEC Cybersecurity Guideline Update here: http://www.sec.gov/investment/im-guidance-2015-02.pdf

About the author

Alexander G. Chamandy is a seasoned IT professional with 20 years of industry experience and a lifelong Arlington resident. He has deep expertise helping small businesses with a number of IT issues, including cybersecurity, data recovery, networking, deploying and maintaining servers as well as open source software.

If your small business needs IT supportconsulting or website design contact Envescent, LLC. Our company has helped over 15,000 clients in the Washington, DC area and beyond since 1999.

The views and opinions expressed in the column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ARLnow.com.

by ARLnow.com — September 15, 2015 at 6:00 am 600 0

The Tenth Anniversary of the Arlington Turkey Trot will be returning to town this Thanksgiving morning, giving everyone a reason to get moving before they sit down with family in the afternoon.

But it’s not all about the run– the event, which drew 4,000 runners last year, is also a huge charity event. This year, the beneficiaries are AFAC, A-SPAN, Bridges to Independence, Doorways for Women and Families and Linden Resources.

For those who want to trot it out for five kilometers, registration is now open. Volunteer opportunities are also available if running isn’t your thing, and volunteers should email [email protected] or go to the website to sign up.

This year is also special because the Trot has a new partnership with the Arlington Small Business Alliance and YOPP, whereby small business owners and employees will run and sponsor while registrants will be encouraged to patronize these businesses on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday with online discounts and goodies compliments of YOPP. The Trot welcomes donations and sponsors, whether individual or team donations or regular or special sponsorship opportunities.

Now’s the time to get involved with the 2015 Arlington Turkey Trot, a race that the race coordinators think will be the biggest and best yet.

The preceding post was written by ARLnow.com and sponsored by The Arlington Turkey Trot.

by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 10, 2015 at 12:00 pm 0

Spotluck music lineup(Updated at 2:40 p.m.) Mark your calendars for September 13th — because Adams Morgan Day is back on!

Adams Morgan Day has been a D.C. area staple for almost four decades, but after last year’s logistical disputes, it seemed the festival would be postponed for a year.

A grass-roots community initiative then banded together to bring back the “East Coast’s Biggest Block Party.”

Spotluck works with eleven local restaurants in the heart of Adams Morgan, and joined in to liven up the day. The local dining app, along with Songbyrd Music Hall, will be sponsoring the Spotluck Stage, bringing a variety of local music acts to the festival from noon-6 p.m.

Enjoy delicious food, cultural demonstrations, an eclectic list of vendors and plenty of specials at local restaurants up and down the block. Check out the full Spotluck Stage lineup above!

Just a quick 15 minute metro or car ride away from Arlington, Adams Morgan is another neighborhood Spotluck is proud to support. So after a Spotluck lunch in Arlington on Sunday, head over to Adams Morgan Day to see what this grassroots festival is all about.

Click here for more information about Adams Morgan Day.

Location: Adams Morgan, D.C.; 18th Street and Columbia Road
Date: Sunday, September 13th
Time: 12-6 p.m.
Admission: Free

About Spotluck: If you’ve ever had trouble figuring out where to eat in Arlington, we hear ya. We’re a small (but mighty) D.C. area startup that created an awesome free restaurant discovery app that lets you “spin” for discounts at great local spots every day. Don’t be hangry, download Spotluck for iPhone or Android to discover and save money at a local restaurant today.

This post was written and sponsored by Spotluck.

by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 10, 2015 at 6:00 am 0

Get to know The Bradley and it will get to know you!

The Bradley is a brand new apartment community in Old Town Alexandria that promises “Life on a First Name Basis.”

Residences at The Bradley feature stylish and unique amenities just steps from the Metro and a few blocks from King Street. You don’t have to miss any of the excitement happening in Old Town and with the Metro at your fingertips, you can explore the D.C. region with ease.

The Bradley has an active social calendar and residents can enjoy plenty of events and activities within the community

At the Tastemakers Reception shortly after the building opened, residents enjoyed gourmet appetizers and voted on a signature wine for the year. July brought a pool party and cookout hosted on the sundeck of the pool; neighbors relaxed while enjoying freshly grilled food cooked by the leasing team. In August, a free Yappy Hour featured a pet photo booth, raffles and food for pets (and people, too).

In September there are plans to have a shelter volunteer day, where residents and staff will volunteer together at Carpenter’s Shelter, one of Alexandria’s longest operating homeless prevention shelters.

It’s not just the community and amenities that are worth noting. The apartments themselves will inspire you with floor-to-ceiling windows, plank flooring, gourmet kitchens and more. Without leaving the comfort of the building, residents can host parties, stay active and get stuff done — there are extensive entertaining areas, including the private roof, a fitness center with yoga studio and complimentary Wi-Fi in all common areas.

To meet The Bradley and start living on a first-name basis, visit BradleyApts.com or call (703) 337-0289, and ask about how you can live rent free for 2 months! (Offers are subject to availability and may change without notice.)

This post was sponsored by The Bradley Apartments.

Pet of the Week: Ajax

by Eleanor Greene — September 9, 2015 at 11:20 am 541 0

This week’s Arlington Pet of the Week is Ajax. He’s a year-and-a-half old pup who loves to hike and runs around happily outside during thunder storms, much to the surprise of his people.

Here’s what Chris, one of Ajax’s humans, had to say about him.

Hello from Ajax! 

While this year and a half old lab/shepherd mix enjoys the city life… deep down he is a country boy. Almost every Friday afternoon he talks his human parents into taking him on a hiking adventure to the Shenandoah National Park for the weekend, where he conquers difficult rocky slopes, takes in beautiful mountaintop views, and of course takes up half the tent through the nights. 

Ajax is a resuce dog from Awol Mutts and has been a part of our little family for over a year now. Contrary to popular belief, he is not named after the cleaning product, but after the Greek hero Ajax the Great. Always happy, overly courageous, and sometimes very needy; he demands a minimum of about 5 miles running/walking a day. I’m not sure if we’re keeping him in shape, or he’s keeping us in shape at this point. 

Ajax knows more commands than he can count on all four of his paws, and has some weird habits. He prefers to lay down with his body in this weird twisted position as seen in one of the pictures. Every day when dad gets home from work, Ajax has prepared a mini scavenger hunt with all of dad’s socks. And one of Ajax’s favorite things to do… is go outside and sprint frantically in circles in thunderstorms (go figure – somehow he enjoys them). 

Weird, and high maintenance, he’s the best friend we ever could have asked for.

Want your pet to be considered for the Arlington Pet of the Week?[email protected] a 2-3 paragraph bio and at least 3-4 horizontally-oriented photos of your pet.

Each week’s winner receives a sample of dog or cat treats from our sponsor, Becky’s Pet Care, along with $100 in Becky’s Bucks. Becky’s Pet Care, the winner of three Angie’s List Super Service Awards and the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters’ 2013 Business of the Year, provides professional dog walking and pet sitting services in Arlington and Northern Virginia.

by ARLnow.com — September 9, 2015 at 6:00 am 621 0

backyard beer fest
Having a beer with friends has been taken to the next level with Arlington’s Backyard Beer Fest, coming to town September 19 and benefitting Turner Farm Events.

For the first time ever, Rosslyn will be hosting the festival overlooking the city–you might even say it’s in Arlington’s backyard. Festival goers can buy a ticket for the afternoon or evening slots, then tour stands from 35+ breweries, the area’s best food trucks and everyone’s favorite yard games and activities. Cornhole, anyone?

For a $45 VIP pass or a $35 general admission ticket, you can have hours of unlimited beer tasting of more than 60 beers, a souvenir tasting glass, plus access to the game zone, free live music and drinking with thousands of your neighbors.

Now’s the time to get tickets to the festival, happening September 19 at Gateway Park. Because who doesn’t want to amp up their weekend with a backyard party you don’t have to clean up after? Use promo code: “ARLNOW” and save 20 percent.

The preceding post was written by ARLnow.com and sponsored by Arlington’s Backyard Beer Fest.

by ARLnow.com Sponsor — September 3, 2015 at 1:00 pm 595 0

Located a block and a half from the Ballston Metro, this Arlington seafood staple offers delicious fresh mussels, a huge beer selection, and much more!

Surfy & Turfy Appetizer: Resting on a bed of smoked tomato aioli and spicy mayo, this tender Char Grilled Calamari is complemented with crispy pork belly that melts in your mouth.

Our New Favorite Broth: Of course you can’t leave Mussel Bar without trying some mussels! The Spicy Thai Green Curry Mussels are simmered in a broth with a kick that will keep you coming back for more. Surf for peanuts, cilantro, and basil in the light yet creamy sauce. Don’t laugh at the big spoon on the side either, chances are you’ll end up drinking this broth like soup.

Fries, Oh My: These Pommes Frites are deliciously crispy. They come with an aioli trio that will keep your taste buds on their toes. Between the trio of sauces and the spicy Thai green curry broth, don’t be surprised when these fries fly … off the table.

Under the Sea: The Chile Salt Grilled Salmon is smothered in a dry rub and char-grilled to perfection. The salmon is paired with fresh chunks of avocado and a sweet mango salsa to cut the saltiness. A tasty arugula salad with cilantro, red onion, radishes, and a light dressing also balances the dish.

Steak Salad: Deliciously juicy grilled steak on the Thai Steak Salad adds a heavier element to an otherwise refreshing green salad to keep you full ’til bedtime! The mint peanut soy vinaigrette features a secret weapon, cilantro, to stand out against the Fresno Chiles and red onions. The perfect summer snack!

 About Mussel Bar and Grille:
800 North Glebe Road, Arlington VA 22203
(703) 841-2337

About Spotluck: If you’ve ever had trouble figuring out where to eat in Arlington, we hear ya. We’re a small (but mighty) D.C. area startup that created an awesome free restaurant discovery app that lets you “spin” for discounts at great local spots every day. Don’t be hangry, download Spotluck for iPhone or Android to discover and save money at a local restaurant today.


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